BlackBerry (the company formerly known as Research in Motion) today not only changed its name, but launched the BlackBerry 10 operating system and two new devices, the Z10 (non-U.S. people calling it Zed 10) and Q10 (the one with the physical keyboard).
A bunch of news sites (including Network World, Computerworld and CIO.com) were live streaming the event, but if you were still waking up on the west coast or just plain forgot about it, you're in luck. You can watch the re-broadcast here.
Are you excited (or "Stoked" as they say in Canada, apparently) about the BlackBerry 10 OS and/or any of these devices? Is it too little, too late for the mobile phone company? Let me know in the comments.
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